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I took a gun in on trade and do not need these barrels. Great set of all around barrels with good weights. They are as good as you can get for a set of used barrels. They have had around 4 flats of shells through them, some light forearm marks on them, otherwise bluing is 99% They look brand new. I imagine choke work alone was close to 1000.00??

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Factory 3 notch adjustable 11mm x 7mm

31 1/2" long

1.590 k.g. stamped, actual weight on my scale 1.560 k.g. 31 1/2 length with 30" weights. Perfect!!

Bores 18.8

.740" top and .740" bottom

Wilkinson invisible chokes , .005", .010", .015", .020", .025", .030", and .035"


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StansCustoms, I sent you the address to your pm.

The previous owner contacted me, Wilkinson's work was close to 1300+ for the work with extra tubes. Also the owner stated that round count on the barrel is 4 boxes and not 4 cases. l.g.
 

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I am thinking the back boring and the teague Style chokes are closer to two thousand. a friend of mine just had all the same work done by wilkinson and that is what it cost him. These barrels are very fairly priced.
 

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PM's and Emails responded to, sorry for the slow reply I have been running a small "pot shoot" at the local club this weekend. Jimmy V, thanks for the bump and will see you next week.
 

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Pot? POT????? That may be the new frontier that ATA needs. You must be in Colorado... Eh? Home to the land of "fruits and nuts".

Nice bbl, BTW. I love those hidden chokes.
 
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